what was that transition like for you? rep. lee zeldin: i came down with about 200 of our supporters at the beginning of january. i served four years in the state senate and got some experience with regards to how hills become lost, how the process works, how conference works, and how to do constituent services, and how to be a good family man, be a good husband and father, so coming down here in january, it was not really too new, even though it was a new setting here in congress. we just tried to have the staff fully operational as quickly as possible, and we know each other's strengths and weaknesses, set our priorities not just on national issues but also on important, local issues, so we hit the ground running and fortunately, we were able to. host: did you bring some of the staff with you? rep. lee zeldin: i did. my district office is almost entirely the people that were with me in the state senate, and my office downtown is new staff. each were exciting for different reasons, but good chemistry, and constituent services is a key part of the job, and having a good team here in d.c. to make sure we are doing our due diligence is important, as well. host: what is a typical day like for you in washington, when congress is in session?